Continental Cars History
It all began with a 1970s Plymonth Barracuda, for this piece of jewelery should be procured by Hamid Mossadegh for the Dutch national player Nigel de Jong. The passion for the football and the great interest in High End luxury vehicles needed the two as business partners. In 2007, Managing Director Hamid Mossadegh made the decision to make the dreams of ambitious sports car enthusiasts come true. Together with owner Nigel de Jong, he founded Continental Cars. A garage in Wedel without sanitary facilities, without showroom, with self-tiled floor was the beginning of the subsequent success story. Ambition, ambition and a lot of hard work Continental Cars in a short time to a name in the demanding sports cars scene.
Focus on super sports cars
In 2012, the company grew rapidly. From the backyard garage in the best location in Weddel in the Hamburg Automeile at the Nedderfeld / Offakamp. An impressive showroom, offices and a fully equipped workshop area established Continental Cars at the top of the scene.
In 2015, CEO Hamid Mossadegh decided to open up another section in the field of sports cars – the trade with valuable oldtimers. The start was made by a Ferrari Enzo in the classic rosso corsa, followed by a Ferrari F40. The most up-to-date feature is the impeccably restored Mercedes Benz 300 SL Gullwing – the stylish oldtimer currently decorates the CC stock and is for sale.